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Digital Economy and Digital Logistics as New Area of Study in Higher Education

Korepin V., Dorozhkin E. M., Mikhaylova A. V. et al.

International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning. 2020. Vol. 15. No. 13. P. 137-154.

Book chapter
Оптимизация грузоперевозок в моделях управления запасами с учетом особенностей денежных потоков

Gerami V., Kolik A., Shidlovskii I.

In bk.: Информационные технологии и инновации на транспорте: материалы VI Международной научно-практической конференции (20 мая 2020 года). Орловский государственный университет им. И.С. Тургенева, 2020. P. 86-91.

Working paper
Improving Transport Infrastructure in Russia

Kolik A.

OECD Economics Department Working Papers. ECO/WKP. Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 2015. No. 1193.

Summer School ‘Technologies for Integrated Planning and Management in Supply Chains’

From August 24 – 31, 2016, a summer school organized by the HSE Faculty of Business and Management School of Logistics and Cologne University of Applied Sciences (Germany) took place at Voronovo Study Centre.

This summer school is part of a preparation programme under the EU’s ‘Three Countries’ partnership project for interaction between researchers and students from Germany, Russia and Ukraine(the ‘GRU Project’). HSE’s School of Logistics and International Center of Training in Logistics have been long-time partners of Cologne University of Applied Sciences. This partnership has included the joint project, DR-LOG (the German-Russian Logistics Forum), which has been held every year since 2006 in Germany and Russia in alternating turns.

The summer school ‘Technologies for Integrated Planning and Management in Supply Chains’ included 48 hours of lectures, master classes and business cases in the following areas:

1. S&OP (sales and operations planning) technologies in supply chains;

2. VMI (vendor-managed inventory) technologies;

3. ECR (Efficient Consumer Response) concepts as a basis for integration of manufacturers, distributors and retailers in supply chains;

4. CPFR (Collaborative Planning, Forecasting and Replenishment) technologies;

5. General problems of integrated planning and modeling in supply chains.

The classes at the school were held in English. Professors Thomas Krupp and Stephan Freichel from Cologne University of Applied Sciences and leading lecturers of the HSE School of Logistics, as well as business and consulting executives (from such firms as Deloitte, Accenture, Visagio, etc.), made presentations at the school.

At total of eighteen students from Cologne University of Applied Sciences and HSE’s School of Logistics, who passed a ranking selection, took part in the summer school. All participants got some useful and interesting experience and information with respect to supply chain management.